Don't fall into these common legal stumbles for startups

09/1/2011 | Entrepreneur online

Get everything in writing and do your homework if you want to avoid some of the common pitfalls of starting a business, writes Lisa Girard. Be sure all vendor contracts and partnership agreements are in writing to avoid misunderstandings. Also, research which kind of business model you want to use, whether it's an LLC, sole proprietorship or incorporation.

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